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Flexible and proactive supply chain solutions
Delta Impact creates supply chain efficiencies to support the growth of electronics OEMs and CEMs. With our flexible approach, proactive service and world class partners, we can offer tailored solutions to achieve your business goals.
Delta Impact provides a range of flexible supply chain solutions from R&D to delivery of the finished product and everything in between. We help our customers to reduce their manufacturing costs and lead times, and create efficiencies that enable them to scale their business without risk.
Find out how we worked with a startup IoT business to help them scale their business without risk.
Our highly experienced UK team work collaboratively with customers to offer expertise and proactive service that optimises logistics, reduces costs and increases business efficiencies. Whatever stage your business is at, we can help you to maximise profit and achieve growth without risk.
Discover how Delta Impact improved efficiency and reduced costs for this manufacturer
Maintaining the integrity of the supply chain is paramount, and we have designed our processes to reflect that. Meticulously selected partners, demanding quality control and industry certifications provide you with the reassurance you need, for you and your customers.
Read how we helped this OEM to reduce costs and lead times and improve cashflow.
We’re exhibiting at the Fully Charged Show in Farnborough May 1st to May 3rd
It promises to be a superb 3 days , showcasing the latest EV technologies. Delta will be exhibiting and selling the latest range of Degson EV cables and accessories on the stand.
Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre
The Rise of Electric Vehicles: The UK Will Ban Sales of New Petrol, Diesel and Hybrid Cars From 2035
The UK has announced that a ban on selling NEW petrol, diesel and hybrid cars and other vehicles will be implemented from 2035 onwards. The ban was initially expected to be in place from 2040, but the government has now brought the date forward. It now also includes all types of hybrid vehicles.
So, what does the 2035 ban on petrol, diesel and hybrid cars mean for the UK? And, how should we prepare for the rise of the electric vehicle?
Part of running any successful business is financial management, particularly identifying where you can reduce unnecessary costs. This isn’t so simple when it comes to electronics manufacturing as there will always be cost involved in such material-heavy processes, but there are still ways that OEMs and CEMs can reduce the costs in the production side of their business.